Scholarships and Bursaries

Academic Scholarships 
The Academic Scholarships cover basic tuition fees and it is renewable each year up to the 3rd year of secondary school, subject to continued academic excellence.  Applicants are required to complete the Scholarship Application and return with a letter from the applicant providing details of past academic success and extra-curricula involvement. The Academic Scholarships are dependent on success in the scholarship exam, which is held at the College in the beginning of Term 2.
 
Indigenous Bursaries
The Indigenous Bursaries cover all or part of the basic tuition costs and it is renewable each year up to Year 12, subject to continued academic endeavours.

The Parents and Friends Bursaries

The P & F Bursary is a $600 grant to a prospective Year 7 student to assist with the cost of commencing secondary education. It is a needs-based bursary and it is payable only on the first year of secondary school.

Sr Martha Bursary
In memory of Sr Mary Martha, a Sister of Mercy, who was a founding staff member of our College. This bursary is awarded to Year Ten students who strive to give of his/her best in every aspect of the College Life.

The Marist Old Boys’ Bursary & The Sisters of Mercy Bursary
These bursaries are awarded to Year Eleven Students by the BCC Ex-Students’ Association to students who have consistently demonstrated a conscientious effort in the pursuit of academic excellence.


2018 Music Scholarships
The Bunbury Catholic College Music Department will offer five scholarship opportunities for gifted and talented Year 7 music students. There is one scholarship available for a male vocalist aged from Year 7 to Year 10 (2018). The application form can be found here. 

Important Dates: 

Applications forms are due Friday, 13 October.

Musical Aptitude test : Tuesday 24 October. (4.00pm to 5.00pm, Marist Performing Arts Centre)

Interviews: 25 October to 27 October.

Offers will be made 13 November. Acceptance of the offer must be made by 27 November 2017.